HARVARD CRIMSON NEWS

Women’s Sailing Concludes Postseason Run with 10th-Place Result at the ICSA Western Championship Semifinal

The Harvard women’s sailing team finished 10th among 18 schools in the ICSA Sperry Women’s Western Semifinal, placing them 18th out of the pool of 36. The Crimson last competed at the Championship in 2012 with an eighth-place tally.

Groom Named Pitcher of the Year, Rich Selected as Top Rookie as Seven Crimson Earn Softball All-Ivy Honors

Harvard softball received a slew of awards Thursday, May 18, as the Ivy League announced senior Morgan Groom had been named conference Pitcher of the Year, while freshman Rhianna Rich was selected the league’s Rookie of the Year, highlighting seven All-Ivy League accolades for the Crimson.

Women’s Volleyball Announces Class of 2020 with Five Newcomers

Fresh off the first NCAA tournament appearance in program history, Harvard volleyball and head coach Jennifer Weiss have announced the incoming class of 2020; Sope Adeleye, Grace Burbank, Maclaine Fields, Erin McCarthy and Isabelle Tashima. The group of five joins the Crimson from three states around the country. The incoming freshmen add to a group that comes off its second...

Harvard Athletics Nominated for 2016 SVG/NACDA College Sports Media Award

The Sports Video Group (SVG) and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) announced the finalists for the 2016 SVG/NACDA College Sports Media Awards on Monday, and Harvard Athletics earned a nomination in the ‘Outstanding Promotion, PSA, Tease or Marketing Campaign’ category for the Crimson Snapshot video series.

Six Crimson Take Home NEILA Academic All-Region Honors

Six members of the Harvard men’s lacrosse team have been named to the New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (NEILA) Academic All-Region Team, association officials announced Thursday.

Track & Field Lands 15 on All-Ivy Teams

On the heels of Harvard women’s track and field’s third-consecutive Ivy League championship, 15 student-athletes garnered All-Ivy recognition in 17 different events. The Crimson tallied first-team selections in 10 events, and senior Autumne Franklin and junior Nikki Okwelogu were named the Most Outstanding Track and Field Performers of the Meet, respectively.

Wrestling Records Highest GPA in the Nation

The Harvard wrestling team has been honored as one of the top programs in the country, as the Crimson posted the highest team grade-point average for the fifth time in seven years, the National Wrestling Coaches Association (NWCA) announced.

Softball Drops Final Game of Ivy League Championship Series to Princeton, 8-3

Picking up the action from the sixth inning of game two of the 2016 Ivy League Softball Championship Series, Harvard (29-17, 16-4 Ivy) closed out that game with a 7-1 victory to force the decisive game three, but Princeton (23-26, 14-6 Ivy) used an eight-run second frame of that game to secure the conference championship over the Crimson.

Harvard set to sanction students in single-gender fraternities and clubs

Harvard is getting tough on exclusive college social clubs. In an announcement to undergraduates on Friday morning, Harvard University President G. Faust announced that starting with the Harvard’s class of 2021, undergraduates will face stiff sanctions for being members of “unrecognized single-gender social organizations,” such as fraternities or final clubs, reports C. Ramsey...
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Okwelogu Wins Shot Put at Penn Relays

Competing for the final time before the 2016 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, Harvard sent student-athletes to the Penn Relays and the Stonehill Invitational, where the No. 10 Crimson women and men combined for four event victories.

Women’s Rugby Falls in Cup Semis at Varsity 7’s Championship

The Harvard women’s rugby team closed out its regular season Saturday at the Varsity 7’s Championship hosted by Army. The Crimson went 1-2 in its pool play contests before being edged in the Cup Semis by AIC, 15-12.

Softball Takes Two One-Run Wins From Dartmouth Saturday; One Victory Shy of North Division Title

The Harvard softball team (27-14, 15-3 Ivy) jumped to the top of the North Division standings Saturday, beating Dartmouth (26-14, 14-4 Ivy) in a pair of one-run contests, 4-3 and 6-5. The victories set the stage for the Crimson to secure the North Division title with just one victory Sunday in the final regular season doubleheader in Hanover. First pitch is set for 2 p.m. and both...

Quinn’s Homers Not Enough as Dartmouth Tops Baseball Twice on Senior Day

Sophomore Connor Quinn tallied a pair of home runs on Saturday for the Crimson, but Harvard fell twice in a doubleheader against Dartmouth, 3-1 and 2-1. Harvard fell to 16-23 on the season, and 8-10 in Ivy play, while Dartmouth improved to 17-23 overall and 10-8 in the Ancient Eight.

Women's Lacrosse Visits UMass Lowell Tuesday in Final Non-Conference Game

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team will make the short trip to Lowell, Massachusetts, as the Crimson visits UMass Lowell for the final non-conference game of the regular season Tuesday, April 26 at 7 p.m.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 24, 2016

Starting Pitching Leads Baseball to Saturday Sweep vs. Brown

On an afternoon where Harvard baseball celebrated the 150th anniversary of the program, the Crimson tallied a pair of victories against visiting Brown, 2-1 and 4-3. Harvard improved to 14-20 overall and an even 7-7 in Ivy League play, while Brown fell to 11-21 with a 5-9 mark in Ancient Eight competition.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 23, 2016

Crimson Earns 13-7 Victory in Football’s Annual Spring Game

Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 23, 2016

Men’s Volleyball Concludes Season Falling to George Mason in EIVA Semifinal

Fighting for its second EIVA Championship match appearance in the last four years, the third-seeded Harvard men’s volleyball team’s season came to a close as second-seeded George Mason blanked the Crimson, 3-0. The defeat came by set scores of 25-11, 25-21, and 25-21.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 21, 2016

No. 12 Women’s Track Picks Up Ninth-Straight Victory Over Yale, 95-58

Taking to the track against its archrival, Harvard women’s track and field topped Yale, 95-58, to earn its ninth-straight win while the Bulldog men edged the Crimson, 83-80, on Saturday afternoon.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 16, 2016

Softball Sweeps Opening Day of Series at Yale

Harvard softball (19-13, 8-2 Ivy) needed extra innings and a late-game rally, but it procured a pair of victories on the first day of its weekend series at Yale (11-25-4-6 Ivy) Saturday. The Crimson scored twice in the eighth inning to take the opener, 2-0, and then posted three runs in the fifth frame of the second game to win game two, 5-4.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 16, 2016

Men’s Volleyball Hosts Princeton on Senior Night, NJIT the Following Evening

The Harvard men’s volleyball team hosts Princeton on Friday, April 15 with a 7 p.m. start time and NJIT on Saturday, April 16 with first serve at 4 p.m. Prior to playing the Tigers, the Crimson will honor its three seniors with a special Senior Day Ceremony. On Saturday, Harvard will recognize the classes of 1983, 1985, 1993, and 2001 with a banner unveiling honoring the Ivy League...
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 14, 2016

No. 58 Women’s Tennis Continues Ivy League Play Traveling to No. 69 Yale, Hosting No. 72 Brown

The No. 58 Harvard women's tennis team travels to No. 69 Yale on Friday, April 15 for a 2 p.m. start and host No. 72 Brown on Sunday, April 17 at 1p.m. The Crimson will also recognize its only senior in Amy He on Sunday.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 14, 2016

No. 12 Women, Men’s Track & Field Set for Annual Harvard-Yale Meet

The Harvard-Yale track meet dates back to 1891, and the Crimson will meet the Bulldogs for the 114th time on Saturday, April 16 in New Haven. The first events will begin at noon while the final event will kick off at 3:55 p.m.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 14, 2016

Softball Takes Two from Penn after an Extra Inning Game and a Five-Inning Contest

The Harvard softball team defeated Penn in its Saturday afternoon doubleheader at Soldiers Field after an eight-inning 11-10 victory and a five-inning 10-2 win. The Crimson improved to 16-13 overall and 6-2 in Ivy play, while the Quakers fell to 13-16 overall and 2-6 in the Ancient Eight.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 09, 2016

No. 13 Women’s Water Polo Opens CWPA Slate at Michigan

The No. 13 Harvard women’s water polo team will open up CWPA play this weekend with a trio of games in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Crimson will take on Indiana and Michigan Saturday before closing out play Sunday against Princeton. Saturday’s contest against Michigan can be seen live on the Big Ten Network.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 06, 2016

Softball Begins Ivy Play with Doubleheader Split at Cornell

Harvard softball (11-12) kicked off Ivy League play Friday with a split at Cornell. Despite a five-run fifth inning by the Crimson, the Big Red took the opening game, 8-6, but Harvard bounced back with a 9-1 victory in the second game.
Via Harvard Crimson - Official Site
April 01, 2016
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